La Pavoni Lusso with Wood Lever & La Pavoni Cilindro Prosumer Coffee Grinder

£1,498.00

This espresso maker and coffee grinder set from La Pavoni work together to ensure smooth, robust cups of authentic Italian espresso. 

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What's included

La Pavoni Lusso with Wood Lever

With stay-cool wood handles.

La Pavoni Lusso with Wood Lever

This Professional Lusso comes with wooden handles that stay cool as the machine heats, a drip tray with a metal cover, as well as a sight glass that lets you keep an eye on the amount of water in the tank, so you know when to refill it. A pressure gauge over the tank lets you know when it’s time to start brewing, and a steam wand lets you release ‘false’ pressure and foam milk. Includes:

  • Wood-handled portafilter
  • Single and double dose filter baskets (interchangeable in the portafilter)
  • Coffee scoop
  • Tamper
  • Additional steam wand for cappuccino attachment

Product Details

La Pavoni created the first espresso machine for home use, and their expertise remains unparalleled. The Professional Lusso, first released in 1977, is an icon of modern design, and the mechanisms have remained virtually unchanged since because it lets you pull truly divine shots of espresso. The word ‘pull’ is literal here: The lever mechanism provides the pressure needed to extract coffee, and how you pull – as well as the size, dose and freshness of the coffee grounds – are variables you can calibrate to make espresso to your taste. The process is simple: Turn the machine on, prepare coffee in the portafilter, attach, lift, and pull down. But it takes some practice to get right, which is why we put together this comprehensive guide. It’s 100% worth the effort, because this machine lasts forever.

If you're serious about coffee, especially espresso, a top-quality coffee grinder like the La Pavoni Cilindro Prosumer is key. It features a hopper on the top that holds up to 600g of coffee beans and an anti-slip base, but its crowning feature is the flat hardened steel burrs. This results in a very uniform grind that is crucial for good espresso. With a powerful 50mm burr diameter and a speed of about 1.4 grams a second, it is an efficient machine.

Why we love it


This set lets you grind beans straight into a portafilter and pull what baristas call 'the God shot' – not uncommon in La Pavoni's iconic espresso makers. Made in the same Milan factory, they match in both aesthetics and quality.

Specifications & Care

Capacity
  • Espresso Maker: 1.6L (16 brewed espressos)
  • Grinder Hopper: 600g
Care
  • Coffee Grinder:
  • Hopper: Remove from the machine and wash hopper and lid with water and neutral soap to remove the oily film left by the coffee beans; rinse and dry it thoroughly
  • Clean the burrs and other internal parts with a brush or a dry cloth; for thorough cleaning, use commercially available detergent tablets for coffee grinders
  • Clean the exterior of machine with a damp cloth; avoid using detergents or abrasive materials
Country of Origin Italy
Dimensions
  • Espresso Maker: W 20cm X D 29cm X H 32cm
  • Coffee Grinder: W 15.4cm X D 23cm X H 41cm; 1.4m power cord
Material
  • Espresso Maker: Stainless steel, brass, beechwood
  • Coffee Grinder: Aluminium, Tritan BPA-free plastic, hardened steel
Technical Stats
  • Espresso Maker:
  • Steam delivery 15 min
  • Boiler pressure 0.7-0.8 bar
  • Average heating time 5 min
  • Heating element 950W
  • There may be a faint mark left on the water display of any La Pavoni machine. This is because every machine's pressure is tested for safety and effectiveness before being sent; it is not due to prior use
  • Coffee Grinder:
  • Burr Type: Flat
  • Burr Material: Hardened Steel
  • Grinding Adjustment Stepless, micrometric, programmable by weight
  • Display: Touch with 3 functions
  • Electrical Rating 220-240 (UK Plug) Volt 50/60Hz; 310W
Warranty 2 years
Weight
  • Espresso Maker: 5.5kg
  • Coffee Grinder: Net 5.3kg (Gross 6.7kg)
About The Brand

La Pavoni

La Pavoni, a titan in the coffee world, manufactured the first espresso machine in 1905, and went on to create the first espresso machine for home use in 1961. Since the very beginning, they have operated out of the same factory in Milan, which survived both World Wars. Every machine is hand-assembled with generational knowledge and scientific precision, and the mechanisms have remained virtually unchanged for over 50 years. Every part is easily replaceable, making their extremely durable machines able to last forever.

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